Partnered Energy Producer
NAWMA Renewable Energy Hub
- Location: Edinburgh, South Australia
- 250kWh Biogas System
At a Glance
Equivalent to 300 households
Put simply: we’re a tennis club that cares about our community. We strive to power our club and community with locally-sourced renewable energy. So let's gather like-minded individuals looking to make a positive change and tap into Collective power!
The WTA is focussed on providing the best possible facilities and environment for participants of all ages along with a focus on becoming a sustainable organisation. The Whyalla Tennis collective has been formed to help facilitate both of these goals.
By joining us on our journey of continuous improvement, we will be using funds to expand our solar system (hopefully with storage down the track!), replace our lights with LED lights and promoting tennis through the schools and coaching programs.
Part of your energy bill – around $1 per week – is donated to your Collective’s nominated purpose. 100% of these donations go directly towards this common goal.
Members who switch to buy energy through The People’s Grid. Allies strengthen our grid and help us fund future energy and climate projects.
People who add to the grid through rooftop solar. Amplifiers are paid to feed excess solar into The People’s Grid. They help power the community.
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Equivalent to 300 households
For the first time, households and small business customers have the option to build their own grid. That means directly buying and sharing energy from local, renewable energy producers. Find the energy generator that aligns with your values and vision, or sits close to heart and home.
Many collectives on The People's Grid are actively working on projects that make a social or climate impact within their community. To help fund their project, the Collective will often add a small dollar amount to their energy offering (e.g. $1 per week for residential customers). This money is directly donated to the Collective to help them hit their goal. This means your good energy decision also directly benefits your local community.
A quick note: not all Collectives will offer an extra membership fee. Some might not have their own social impact project as such. They may exist just to spread awareness and encourage as many people as possible to switch to local, renewable energy.
You will receive a solar feed-in just as you would with any other retailer. The great thing about signing up through a Collective is that the electricity exported from your solar panels is matched to community members. This means you'll be able to see how much electricity you supply to other members of yours Collective!
You can read all the details about our solar feed-in agreement here.
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If you're still having problems accessing your online account, email us at [email protected] and we'll get to the bottom of it for you.
Your dashboard is your personal information hub. Simply log in to view your recent energy use, rate plan, billing details, and information about your collective. You'll also see your account details and detailed billing information.
Find all the details about potential concessions and rebates here.
We've developed a complete customer charter with our energy retailer partner, Circular Energy. The charter outlines your rights, entitlements and obligations. Click to read or download the full customer charter.
Yes, you do. You will switch energy providers if you transfer to The People's Grid through a Collective. Rest assured, you're in safe hands. The People’s Grid is partnered with licensed retailer, Circular Energy, and local, renewable energy producers. So you can have peace of mind that you're with an accredited, steady energy supplier.